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International Trade / United States and Allies #13533

ABC Evening News for Friday, Nov 26, 1971
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(Studio) Commerce Department reports United States imports in October exceeded exports by $821 million; biggest month deficit ever. Admin. blames dock strikes. Justice Department will try to get dock strikers back to work; report on international trade problems.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(San Clemente, California) European leaders concerned over United States foreign initiatives. [Press Secretary Ronald ZIEGLER - says Nixon and other world leaders probably will discuss international monetary situation; sees Treasury Secretary John B. Connally going with Nixon.] Admin. hoping for reopening of docks, mtgs. with Europeans leaders, expanding Iron Curtain mkts. and foreign trade scale back in balance.
REPORTER: Tom Jarriel

Jarriel, Tom;
Smith, Howard K.

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